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USB memory stick is not recognised by Windows?

Here is a simple way to recover your data. 1) Connect your damaged USB memory stick to your Windows computer. 2) Navigate to the Device Manager. Click on the “plus” sign beside “Disk Drives”. 3) Then right click on your damaged disk and click on “properties”. 4) Navigate to the “drivers” tab and click “disable”. […]

Data recovery of from Synology NAS (DS216)

NAS devices have never been so popular. They consume less power than a PC or server, they support RAID and their compactness means they can be stored in even the most space deprived homes or offices. While first generation NAS devices were basically conjoined hard disks with a built-in networking component, modern NAS devices are […]

Recovering a corrupted Word or Excel document: an easy solution.

You have a Microsoft Office file (such as Word, Excel, etc) which you (or your user) have been working on all week. But now, for whatever reason, the file has either gone corrupt or been over-written. Hours of work wasted? Maybe not. In Windows, the quickest recovery route possible is the much forgotten and underused […]

Recover data from a CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R or DVD-RW disc

Generally speaking good quality CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW are a fairly reliable backup medium. This is assuming, however, that they’re kept out of direct UV sunlight and are kept free from deep scratches. But, occasionally user error can result in data loss. Like a gentleman from Kildare we helped last week. He had an Outlook […]